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Old 10-25-2009, 01:34 PM   #1
AnilkumarML
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Angry Not accepting Oracle password...(PCLINUX)


Hi, friends today i installed oracle10g express edition, it got successfully installed but while login i am putting user name is: system and password:Universe&0( this is the password i had given while installation) it is showing the error message: invalid credentials.
this is my 3rd time i am re-installing the software and getting the same error msg. first time i thought I might have forgotten the password
but this happened for 3 times (after each re installation of the software) Please guide me if you have faced the same problem while installing Oracle10g Express edition on PcLinux OS...
 
Old 10-25-2009, 01:43 PM   #2
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default username=scott and password is =tiger it required ..

do this username=scott
passord=tiger



if not accept this password,reinstall oracle then set scott and tiger
 
Old 10-25-2009, 02:01 PM   #3
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Talking I dont think it works

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default username=scott and password is =tiger it required ..

do this username=scott
passord=tiger
if not accept this password,reinstall oracle then set scott and tiger
In my office(TCS) I too use the same credentials(scott/tiger) for learning oracle. but in this edition by default uname is sys or system
 
Old 10-25-2009, 02:10 PM   #4
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Hi, friends today i installed oracle10g express edition, it got successfully installed but while login i am putting user name is: system and password:Universe&0( this is the password i had given while installation) it is showing the error message: invalid credentials.
this is my 3rd time i am re-installing the software and getting the same error msg. first time i thought I might have forgotten the password
but this happened for 3 times (after each re installation of the software) Please guide me if you have faced the same problem while installing Oracle10g Express edition on PcLinux OS...
Did you try to Google for this, or look on Oracle's website?

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thre...41074&tstart=0

Also, you shouldn't have to reinstall Oracle to get this to work. If you're having problems, I'd suggest contacting Oracle, since you're paying for support from them.
 
  


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